Hello again. I hope everyone is well and enjoying this nice weather. Thank God spring finally got here. Maybe the electric bills will not be so high.
My granddaughters, Rebecca and Michaela, were here for spring break. I really enjoyed having them and will miss them.
Rick Polly will be 58 March 26. Have a good one.
Also, Pat and Bill King will celebrate their anniversary on March 26. I hope you enjoy, and congratulations.
All of the people who have been in the hospital this past week, keep them in your prayers, especially our pastor, Johnny Collier. He is home now and has to stay off of his feet for two weeks. We will miss him at church.
Anna Lou Maggard Combs’s sister, Linda Sue Camuse, was visiting her, and I was able to see her for the first time in years. She lives near Danville and is married with four children. It was really good to see her. They are the daughters of the late Willard and Dorothy Raleigh Maggard of Big Cowan.
My Aunt Irene and Uncle Eugene Day really need our prayers. Neither one of them is doing very well. Also, Mary Lou Fields, Hazel and Earl Rayburn, Coleman Day, Della Mae and Morris Maggard, Brack Sexton, Mary Ann Maggard, Jessie Fay Fields Combs, Judy and Astor Fields Jr., Grant Fields, Archie and Margaret Fields all need your prayers.
Late happy 61st birthday wishes to Linda Dollarhide Sexton, March 20. She is the daughter of the late Steve and Rena Dollarhide. Hang in there, Linda, I am about to catch up with you.
Shelia Fields has been in to visit Jessie Faye. She was married to the late Claude Fields. I didn’t get to see her, but hope she had a nice visit.
My cousin, Lou Anna Fields, has been in the hospital near Charlestown, Ind., for about three weeks. She really needs our prayers.
Eddie Wolfe said that he ran into Alvin Wright at the gas station. He hadn’t seen him for awhile, and it was good to see him.
I hope everyone has a great week. Until next time, be good to one another, pray for one another, and attend the church of your choice. All things happen for the good of the Lord.